As any parent or scholar knows, books are expensive, especially educational publications and those that cover special interests. Luckily for those that have access to the internet, there’s a world of free (and totally legal) libraries to explore. Here’s our top picks to get you started. Have fun!
As you might have guessed, Wikibooks is a Wikimedia project by the Wikimedia Foundation. It’s a platform for the creation and sharing of free eBooks than cover Computing, Engineering, Humanity Studies, Languages, Mathematics, Science and lots more. Visit Wiki Books here en.wikibooks.org.
The Free Library
The Free Library by Farlex offers free publications from hundreds of authors and an expansive collection of reading material. Categories include Business & Communications, Health, Law, Government, Politics, Science & Technology, Social Sciences and even Entertainment. Visit The Free Library here www.thefreelibrary.com.
Read Print’s aim is to promote education by spreading the word of print to all corners of the globe. Discover 1000’s of free books online that include Essays, Fiction, Non-Fiction, Plays and Short Stories from literary legends such as Jane Austen, H.G Wells, Charles Dickens and Victor Hugo. Visit Read Print here www.readprint.com.
Book Boon Textbooks
Book Boon offers free textbooks in Accounting, Career & Study advice, Economics & Finance, Engineering, IT & Programming, Languages, Marketing & Law, Natural Sciences, Statistics & Mathematics and Strategy & Management. Visit Book Boon here bookboon.com.
Book Yard’s aim is to provide anyone with access to publications that you would find in any large public library, all online. You can search their exhaustive database of books in many categories, including Art, Cultural, Economics, Fiction, Health, Science & Technology and many more. Visit Book Yards here www.bookyards.com.